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In Relation To Max Andersen

In Relation To Max Andersen

JBoss Community Asylum - I git your flow

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A while back this tweet was posted by Andrew Lee Rubinger about merge commits. It started a nice discussion which we last week sat down and try put into podcast form.

And here it is - Emmanuel, Andrew and I talking about merge vs rebase, tab vs spaces and other things in the realm of git workflows.

Episode 42 - Show notes and podcast.

Enjoy!

JBoss Community Asylum - Hibernate Strikes Back Episode V

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Emmanuel talks with Steve Ebersole about what is new and interesting in Hibernate 5.

Find it all in the Show notes and episode.

Have fun!




JBoss Community Asylum - Behind the scenes of the keynote

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I sat down with Burr Sutter and Scott Stark to talk about what they did to make the middleware keynote demo happen.

Recorded by me and with a few technical glitches causing the audio quality to not be as good as usual. Hope you enjoy it anyway!

Find it all in the Show notes and episode.

Have fun!

JBoss Community Asylum - Infinispan Encore

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It's been a while but here we go again with an encore about the project that shall not be named. We discuss use cases as well as Infinispan 8 new features, in particular distributed streams and all the new query features.

Recorded by Emmanuel with notable Infinispan guests: Tristan Tarrant and William Burns!

Find it all in the Show notes and episode.

Have fun!

JBoss Community Asylum - Feeding a Henry

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While we were in Newcastle for a meetup we sat down with John, Mícheál and John about FeedHenry, what it is and how it is going with the opensourcing of their platform.

Also you will hear how the name is tied to royalty!

Find it all in the Show notes and episode.

Have fun!

JBoss Community Asylum - OptaPlanner for the masses

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Its a new year and time for a new episode! Great time to talk about making plans.

In this episode we are talking with Geoffrey about his OptaPlanner project.

Find it all in the Show notes and episode.

Have fun!

JBoss Community Asylum - Getting into ModeShape

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In a yet unforseen pace we have a new episode for you.

In #36 we are talking with Randall Hauch and Horia Chiorean about the ModeShape project.

As always find it all in the Show notes and episode.

Have fun!

JBoss Community Asylum - Lies, damn lies and Security

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This time around we are talking with David Jorm and Arun B. Neelicattu about Security, especially around Java.

We get to hear about how climate change helped improve JBoss, all about the secret societies surrounding security and how all software is basically doomed - but also learn how you can improve security for your framework(s) and application(s).

Listen in if you care about security and want to learn more, but also if you don't think you care - you might learn a few things. I know I did. Show notes and episode

Have fun!

JBoss Community Asylum - What kind of animal is Teiid ?

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Last week Emmanuel met up with Steven Hawkings and Ramesh Reddy in St. Louis and did a live interview.

They get to put on record the possible correct pronunciation of Teiid and to talk about how Teiid allows you to query across multiple datasources and provide a unified view on data in many different ways.

Show notes and episode

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JBoss Community Asylum - Catching a WildFly

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Last week we met up with Jason Greene and Brian Stansberry from the WildFly team.

In this you get to hear about the WildFly rename, its recent release that includes new web subsystem called Undertow, new JavaEE 7 features and a core distribution.

Show notes and episode

Have fun!

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